Monthly Archives: December 2015

Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XXIV: Modifying the Award

        We have been discussing arbitration of patent disputes from beginning to end in these articles. It’s been kind of a long slog, but we soldier on. In the last couple of articles we were looking at vacating the award altogether, a difficult proposition in most cases.  But what if a party … Continue reading Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XXIV: Modifying the Award

Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XXIII: Non-Statutory Attacks

In earlier articles in this series we focused on arbitrating patent disputes.  We began with the advantages and disadvantages of arbitrating patent matters, arbitration clauses, pretrial matters, the hearing, confirming the award, and attacking the award under the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”), among other things.  We will now have a look at grounds for attacking … Continue reading Arbitrating the Patent Case Part XXIII: Non-Statutory Attacks